I recently had a crushing victory in a game of speed chess at chess.com. My opponent was Gameraus8 of the USA. He brought out his queen early and I took advantage. In this game I played black. Here are the moves along with my commentary:
1. e4 c5
2. Bc4 e6
3. Qf3 Nc6
White brings out his queen early. With my second move, f7 is not a target for the black queen and bishop. Another problem is that this move takes away the best square for the black king knight.
4. a3 Nd4
I immediately attack the white queen. I also threaten to fork the white king and rook with Nc2+. With this move I expect black to play Qd1 on his next move.
5. Qd3 Qg5
Qd3 stops Nxc2+, but it blocks the d-pawn and makes it difficult to develop the queen bishop. After my fifth move, I expect g3 which weakens white's pawns.
6. Nf3 Qxg2
Nf3 attacks my queen but leaves the kingside vulnerable.
7. Rg1 Nxf3+
Black is in big trouble.
8. Kd1 Qxg1+
9. Ke2 Nd4+
10. Ke3 Qe1+
The king is very exposed.
11. Kf4 Bd6+
I bring out the king bishop to aid in the attack.
12. e5 Qxe5+
13. Kg4 Nf6+
The king moves to the only available square. My king knight comes out to aid in the attack.
14. Kh3 Qxh2#
The game is over after only fourteen moves. Before mate I check black seven times in a row. White loses quickly because he brings out his queen prematurely and is unable to get his king to safety.
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